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Tucked away in the city of Richmond lies the community of Overlook at Brook Run. Nestled in the quiet Henrico County, Overlook at Brook Run residents have the opportunity to live in a two- or three-bedroom apartment community that offers dozens of modern amenities, including a modern clubhouse, a relaxing swimming pool, and a brand-new playground. In addition, residents gain convenient access to some of the best restaurants and shops in the Richmond area.Satisfy your hunger at Phoenix Garden Vegetarian Restaurant, known for their high-quality Vietnamese and Vegan dishes. Locals rave about their delicious spring rolls and crispy rice noodles. If you???re a lover of Italian cuisine, Enoteca Sogno is only one mile away and serves up authentic dishes from wild mushroom pasta with truffle oil to branzino pesce. Have breakfast for dinner at Aunt Sarah???s Pancake House, or end the night off swinging by Bev???s Homemade Ice Cream for some expresso Oreo ice cream. Relay Foods, Stella???s ...
12 month leasing terms available
Deposits: $300 plus ? month?s rent
$300 plus 1 month?s rent
Pet Policy: $25.00 pet rent. $250.00 non-refundable pet fee. Restrictions: We accept most common domestic pets, such as cats and dogs. All pets require a one-time fee of $250 per pet plus additional monthly pet rent of $25 per pet. We allow a maximum of two pets per household at a maximum weight of 30 lbs. at maturity. Exotic, vicious and/or dangerous animals are not permitted. Additional breed restrictions may apply.
Dogs Allowed. Cats Allowed. Pets Accepted. Call for service animal policy.
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Communication is very poor, unless you are late on rent. Call and leave messagesand no reply. They would swe Read Morear that they check their messages several times a day. You have to call the county building inspectors in to make sue things get done. Breeze ways are filthy. Certain buildings attract too much attention and they had the nerve to send out notices stating the whole building would receive violation notices, when they knew where it was coming from. Too expensive for the experience
February 15, 2014
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